With some help from the great rabbis of England.
Ibn Kammuna’s Abrahamic philosophical piety.
A building in a former Jewish neighborhood is definitely not a church.
Abraham and Jehuda Cresques.
An 11th-century talmudic encyclopedia.
A new study of Jewish law in the medieval Muslim world argues that he did.
When Rashbam talked Torah with monks.
Swords, dragons, and burning talmuds.
The Ḥasidey Ashkenaz and God’s wonders.
A 14th-century rabbinic debate on the purpose of the legal system.
Despite the silly claims of two computer scientists.
The medieval church helped science more than it repressed it.